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Best printer deals 2022: Our favourite discounts on inkjet, laser and all-in-one printers

Will Georgiadis Sindre Amundsen
28 Mar 2022

Check out these rid-ink-ulous printer deals from Epson, Brother and more

These days, finding the best printer deals can be a real challenge, more so now that people have started working from home and printers have become an essential part of the work-from-home setup. Given that the demand for printers in the UK is high, it's a little bit harder to find a genuinely good discount.

But that doesn't stop us from trying: we've put on our bargain capes to find you some of the best deals currently available this March. We've found the most appealing discounts ranging from basic inkjet printers to handy all-in-one wireless units to save you from the time-consuming task of scrolling through countless online storefronts.

Below, you'll find the best printer deals of the month. If you're not inspired by what you see, check back soon - we'll have even more deals for you then.

The best printer deals this March

1. Brother MFC-J4540DW (was £212, now £199)

The Brother MFC-J4540DW is fast, filled with features and easy to use. In our review, we praised its colour printing abilities and the fact that it’s supremely cheap to run. It’s got an NFC pad to use with smartphones and can be used with an app, too. It’s a truly versatile printer with minimal fuss, now available for less.

Buy now from Amazon

2. Epson Expression Photo XP-8600 (was £100, now £75)

If you’re looking for a printer that can consistently print high quality photos, look no further. It’s also compact by design, so won’t take up loads of room in your home office. With intuitive touch controls on the printer, as well as the ability to print from an app or directly from storage services such as Google Drive and Dropbox, it’s incredibly easy to operate.

Buy now from Argos

3. Epson EcoTank ET-2850 (was £270, now £236)

Epson EcoTank ET-2850 review

A big frustration with at-home printing is how much it can cost, especially if you require it for work or studies. With the ET-2850, you’ll be able to print thousands of pages out of the box and not worry about costs at only 0.2p per page for mono prints and 0.4p per page for colour. In our review, we found the prints to be clear and sharp, and the setup was easy with a step-by-step guide available through the app. Although this isn’t the cheapest printer on this list, it’s now on offer and will save you tons of money on printing costs in the long run.

Buy now from Amazon

4. Xerox B230 (was £180, now £123)

If you need a simple monochrome document printer for your new home office space, give the Xerox B230 a go. Aside from a solid set of features - including 34ppm A4 print speeds and automatic duplex printing - this Xerox benefits from laser printing technology, which means no risk of inkjet nozzle blockages.

Buy now from Amazon

5. Epson Workforce WF-110W (was £220, now £188)

For the person on the go, this printer is for you. It’s genuinely portable, sized at 30.9 x 15.9 x 6.1cm. It’s got a handy built-in battery, which is purportedly good for 50 colour or 100 black pages. It charges via an A/C adapter, but can also be charged via USB, so you’ll be able to use it in your car or from your laptop. The connection possibilities are almost endless, with the aforementioned USB connection in addition to wireless networking options for cable-free printing. We also found its print quality to be strong, and it won’t break easily on the go. All in all, a fantastically portable printer that will serve all your printing needs while you’re on the move.

Buy now from Amazon

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